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  • Linux Recovery: Internet Connection Troubleshooting

    Doing Linux recovery on Internet connections does not need to be as complicated as it may seem. It is just a matter of following some simple steps. This guide will show you how to recover Internet on Linux
    By S. R. Obbayi April 30, 2011 

  • Five More Resources for Parents Teaching Children about Linux

    In this, the last article in the group “Warming up Children to Use Linux”, we take a different approach with other resources, such as articles, ebooks and parental controls.
    By Tolga BALCI April 26, 2011 

  • Installing Wireless Software on Linux HP Laptop

    Do you feel as though you're banging your head against the wall trying to get your Linux HP laptop connected to your wireless network? This can be a frustrating process, but help is at hand...
    By Christian Cawley April 11, 2011 


  • Firefox 4 on Ubuntu Linux

    Firefox 4 has officially been released! The majority of the Ubuntu Firefox 4 blog posts on the Internet are now outdated. Lets install Firefox 4 on Ubuntu using the Mozilla stable PPA.
    By Michael Dougherty March 31, 2011 

  • Step By Step IMAP E-mail Backup in Linux

    What kind of day would you have if you lost all of your e-mail? Find out how to use a simple console based program to download your entire mailbox and back your messages up locally.
    By Chad Anderson February 21, 2011 

  • How to Install Google Chrome Using Ubuntu Terminal and WINE

    Recently, Google released its new, open source web browser. Chrome has been the talk of the 'net since it's release. Unfortunately, for Linux users Chrome is only available in Windows right now. This guide shows you how to install Google Chrome...
    By Berry van der Linden February 2, 2011 


  • Top XML Editors for Linux

    You'll need a good XML editor if you're using Linux for some XML development and editing!
    By Christian Cawley January 25, 2011 

  • Firefox "Link Dragging" in Ubuntu

    The Ubuntu user interface lets users "drag" URLs and other text strings around the desktop, aiding the creation of shortcuts and reducing the amount of typing that is required.
    By Christian Cawley December 31, 2010 

  • How to Install Internet Explorer with WINE

    Why would you want to install Internet Explorer on Linux? Well, you might be a web developer concerned about standards and compatibility...
    By Christian Cawley December 14, 2010 

  • Setting Up an Exchange Client on Your Linux Machine

    One of the most popular email systems on the planet is Microsoft Exchange, which acts as the server side of a client-server system for managing emails and calendars. Windows and Mac users have Outlook; how can a Linux user access an Exchange mailbox?
    By Christian Cawley December 14, 2010 
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